Conflict between Proxy server and Apache

Is it possible that could exist any conflict between Tinkerproxy (a server that is a bridge between serial communication and XML socket for Adobe Flash) and Apache (Php,Mysql). Because if I run Tinkerproxy, apache doesn’t work. And if I run Apache, tinker proxy doesn’t work neither. Here you have what I want to do.
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Is it possible that could exist any conflict between Tinkerproxy (a server that is a bridge between serial communication and XML socket for Adobe Flash) and Apache (Php,Mysql).

Possible, but not likely.

Because if I run Tinkerproxy, apache doesn't work. And if I run Apache, tinker proxy doesn't work

Ah, yes. The old "it doesn't work" complaint with no details.

Specifically, what happens when Flash tries to execute a PHP script while Tinkerproxy is running? What happens when you try to connect to Tinkerproxy when Apache is running?

What port is Tinkerproxy configured to use? Which Apache services are you running?

Finally I solved the problem. The reason was that tinkerproxy is running at port 5334 and localhost is running at port 80. So If I embed a Swf inside a html at localhost folder, the localhost is already using http port so flash cannot listen to port 5334 at the same time. Well in fact it can, but the tinker proxy doesn't know where to send the data through. So I've put the project in a hardisk and I've put my php file in localhost folder and then I've just called the php with a global direction (http://localhost/arduino/savephp.php) and it worked! :slight_smile:

I just wanted to let it know if someone else has this problem.